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Page 2-LAWNDALE Bilingual News-Thursday, March 10, 2016
Competencia
Nombra
Jovenes del Año
Por: Ashmar Mandou
Ocho estudiantes
ejemplares compitieron
por el codiciado premio
de la juventud después
de competir en Joven del
Año en los Clubs Boys
& Girls de Chicago. El
martes por la tarde, frente
a miles de simpatizantes
en Aon Grand Ballroom en
el Navy Pier, la estudiante
de Northside College
Prep School, Eve Houser,
de 17 años, del barrio de
Austin, fue nombrada
la Joven del Año. “La
competencia Joven del
Año realmente destaca lo
mejor y más brillante de
los miembros juveniles
del Club”, dijo Bart
McCartin, Vicepresidente
de la Mesa Directiva de
los Clubs Boys & Girls de
Chicago y codirector del
evento Joven del Año. “Sus
algunas veces difíciles,
pero edificantes historias
de logros demuestran
su tenacidad y vencerán
cualquier
obstáculo
en su camino al éxito.
Estamos orgullosos de
nuestros ocho finalistas,
quienes con la ayuda del
personal y tutores del
Club están sobresaliendo
en la escuela, llevando un
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cambio y mejoras a sus
barrios y convirtiéndose
en figuras modelos para
otros jóvenes”.
Cada finalista
fue calificado por un
ensayo y una entrevista y
representaron los barrios
La Villita, Logan Square,
Bridgeport, Near West
Side, East Garfield Park,
Uptown y West Lakeview.
Los ocho finalistas, Temaris
Dennis, de 16 años, Joanna
Burns, de 18, Eve Houser,
de 17, Gerardo Abrego,
de 18 Marcos Matías, de
16, Christian Ortega, de
17, Aeriel Burtley, de 16
y Bridget Dankwah, de
15, fueron nominados por
sus Clubs locales en base
a sus logros académicos,
liderazgo,
carácter
moral, metas en la vida
y servicio comunitario.
El subcampeón Aeriel
Burtley, junior en British
International School of
Chicago en el barrio de
Fuller Park, fue escogido
por un panel de líderes
comerciales y cívicos de
Chicago. La competencia
continuará en abril,
donde un ganador estatal
participará en el concurso
regional de Boys & Girls
Clubs of America. Cinco
finalistas regionales serán
entonces seleccionados
para la competencia
nacional en Washington,
D.C. Los cinco finalistas
nacionales recorrerán la
Casa Blanca y saludarán
al Presidente. Todos los
finalistas de Jóvenes del
Año recibirán una nueva
laptop Microsoft Surface
Pro de CDW, totalmente
cargada, un premio en
efectivo de $1,000 a
través del Premio Craig
Martin, establecido por
Renée y Lester Crown en
el 2015. El ganador de la
competencia Joven del
Año recibirá también dos
boletos, viaje redondo, de
United Airlines para seguir
sus metas educativas.
Algunos de los finalistas
incluyen a los estudiantes
ejemplares:
Gerardo Abrego, de 18
años, estudiante de último
año y estudios en comercio
en Curie High School que
espera tener un cuarto
año de asistencia perfecta
manteniendo su 3.5 GPS.
Gerardo ha sido miembro
por 12 años del Club Boys
& Girls de la Villita, donde
le encanta hacer atléticos y
ayudar a los miembros más
jóvenes. Como capitán del
equipo de lucha de Curie,
Gerardo posee una gran
fuerza como levanta-pesas
(obtuvo el primer lugar en la
competencia regional este
año, y tiene ambición por
el comercio (es presidente
del capítulo Profesionales
del Comercio de América,
de Curie). Le encantan los
deportes y el comercio le
fue fomentado en el Club,
que también le ofreció un
ambiente productivo, lejos
de las calles.
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LAWNDALE Bilingual News -Thursday, March 10, 2016-Page 3
By: Ashmar Mandou
Eight exemplary students
vied for the soughtafter youth award after
months of competing in
the Boys & Girls Clubs
of Chicago Youth of the
Year competition. On
Tuesday evening in
front of thousands of
supporters in Navy Pier’s
Aon Grand Ballroom,
Northside College Prep
School student Eve
Houser, 17, from the
Austin
neighborhood
was named Youth of the
Year. “The Youth of the
Year competition really
Competition Names
Youth of the Year
brings out the best and
brightest among our
Club’s youth members,”
said Bart McCartin, Vice
Chair of Boys & Girls
Clubs of Chicago’s Board
of Directors, and Youth of
the Year event co-chair.
“Their sometimes difficult,
but uplifting stories of
achievement demonstrate
their tenacity and will to
overcome any obstacles on
the path to success. We are
proud of our eight finalists,
who with the help of Club
staff and mentors, are
excelling in school, driving
change and improvement
in their neighborhoods, and
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becoming role models for
other young people.”
Each finalist was judged
on completion of an essay
and an interview and
represented Little Village,
Logan Square, Bridgeport,
Near West Side, East
Garfield Park, Uptown
and West Lakeview
neighborhoods. The eight
finalists, Temaris Dennis,
16, Joanna Burns, 18,
Eve Houser, 17, Gerardo
Abrego, 18, Marcos Matias,
16, Christian Ortega, 17,
Aeriel Burtley, 16, and
Bridget Dankwah, 15, were
nominated by their local
Clubs based on academic
achievement, leadership,
moral character, life goals,
and community service.
Houser and runner-up
Aeriel Burtley, a junior at
the British International
School of Chicago in the
Fuller Park neighborhood,
were chosen by a panel of
Chicago civic and business
leaders. The competition
will continue in April
where the statewide
winner will participate
in Boys & Girls Clubs of
America’s regional contest.
Five regional finalists
are then selected for the
national competition in
Washington, D.C. The
five national finalists tour
the White House and meet
the President. All Chicago
Youth of the Year finalists
received a new, fully loaded
Microsoft Surface Pro
laptop from CDW, a cash
prize of $1,000 through
the Craig Martin Award,
established by Renée and
Lester Crown in 2015.
The winner of the Youth
of the Year competition
also received two, roundtrip tickets from United
Airlines, to further their
educational goals. Some
of the finalists include
exemplary students:
Gerardo Abrego, 18, is a
senior and business major
at Curie High School,
Continued on page 14
Page 4-LAWNDALE Bilingual News-Thursday, March 10, 2016
Cranberries May Help Fight UTIs Naturally, But Not in Juice Form
Ever rush out to buy a bottle of cranberry juice when you
get a urinary tract infection? Well, new research published
in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
suggests that the well-known remedy may be no more than
a panacea for soothing the pain, unless you pop the tart little
berry in supplement form, Medical News Today reports.
For the study, researchers recruited 160 patients who were
undergoing gynecological surgery between 2011 and
2013. (According to statistics, 10 to 64 percent of women
develop a UTI after such surgery). As treatment, half of the
patients received two cranberry capsules twice each day
the equivalent of two 8-ounce servings of cranberry juice,
for six weeks after surgery. The others took a placebo.
Researchers found that the cranberry capsules reduced
the risk of UTIs by 50 percent. In the cranberry treatment
group, 19 percent of patients developed an infection,
compared with 38 percent in the placebo group. If you
don’t have access to ultra-concentrated cranberry pills,
a persistent UTI can be treated with antibiotics, or, as
an alternative, researchers proposed using probiotics or
“good” bacteria found in the digestive tract. Probiotics
can be found in a multitude of foods, including fermented
vegetables (like sauerkraut) and yogurt.
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Chicago Shakespeare y Navy Pier Construyen Innovador Espacio de Teatro
conocido como Skyline
Stage, localizado junto
La
Directora
Artística de Chicago
Shakespeare,
Barbara
Gaines, el Director
Ejecutivo Criss Henderson
y la Presidenta de la Junta,
Sheli Z. Rosengerg se
reunieron el viernes con
la CEO de Navy Pier,
Inc., Marilynn Gardner
y el Director de la Junta,
William J. Brodsky, así
como con el Alcalde
de
Chicago,
Rahm
Emanuel, para anunciar la
creación de un innovador
proyecto, El Patio, en
Chicago Shakespeare. La
construcción del teatro
comienza esta primavera;
Chicago
Shakespeare
planea presentar su primera
producción en El Patio en
la temporada 2-17-18.
Ofreciendo a Chicago
una tendencia global en
arquitectura teatral, la
visión del nuevo teatro está
enfocada en un ingenioso,
sustentable y adaptable
diseño. A un costo de
$35 millones, el proyecto
reutiliza componentes
del lugar, anteriormente
a Chicago Shakespeare.
El Patio está conectado a
una instalación existente
que actualmente contiene
dos teatros, por medio
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Page 6-LAWNDALE Bilingual News-Thursday, March 10, 2016
Legal Notice/Public Notice
Notice of Finding of No Significant Impact
And Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds
Latino Art Beat Launches
Youth Arts Competition
Publication Date: March 10, 2016
City of Berwyn - 6700 w 26th Street, Berwyn IL 60402 - 708/788-2660
These notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural Requirements for activities to
be undertaken by the City of Berwyn.
REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS
On or about March 28, 2016, the City of Berwyn will submit a request to the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release of funds under Title 1 of the Housing and
Community Development Act of 1974, as amended to undertake certain projects and improvements for the purpose of the Amended 2015 Community Development Block Grant Program,
including: sewer, lighting, street, water main improvements, and ADA curbs and ramps. These
projects will take place within the City of Berwyn, Illinois at a total cost of approximately $1.1
million.
FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT
The City of Berwyn has determined that the projects will have no significant impact on the human
environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental
Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at 6420 West 16th Street, Berwyn, IL 60402 and may
be examined or copied weekdays 9A.M to 5P.M.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Any individual, group or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to comment on
the projects may submit written comments to the Community Development Department. All comments received by March 25, 2016 will be considered by the City of Berwyn prior to submission
of a request for release of funds. Comments should specify which notice they are addressing.
RELEASE OF FUNDS
The City of Berwyn certifies to HUD that Robert J. Lovero in his capacity as Mayor consents to
accept jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation
to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. HUD’s
acceptance of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and allows the City of
Berwyn to use Program funds.
OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS
HUD will accept objections to its release of funds and the City of Berwyn certification for a
period of fifteen (15) days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the
request (whichever is later) only if it is on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was
not executed by the Certifying Officer of the City of Berwyn; (b) the Responsible Entity has
omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations of 24 CFR
Part 58; (c) the grant recipient has incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of release of funds by HUD; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR
Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint
of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the
required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to HUD at 77 w Jackson Blvd,
Room 2401, Chicago, Illinois 60604. Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual
last day of the objection period.
Robert J. Lovero, Mayor
City of Berwyn
6700 W 26th Street
Berwyn, Illinois 60402
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Don Rossi Nuccio with art students and their
teacher in Cien Fuegos, CUBA
Latino Art Beat is
launching
its
19th
consecutive annual art
competition by offering
scholarship support to
currently enrolled high
school juniors and seniors
anywhere in the USA who
win in this year’s milestone
visual arts competition.
The general theme of
Latino Art Beats annual
competition reflects the
history and culture of Latin
America, themed “What
Hispanic Heritage and
Culture Means to Me?”
Students need not be of
Latino descent to enter
the competition. Latino
Art Beat winning students
have been awarded over
$4 million in scholarship
support to date. The 2015
national
competition
winner, Anais Perez of
Doral Academy, Miami
was awarded a combined
scholarship of $146,000
through the Maryland
Institute College of Art
(Baltimore) and Latino
Art Beat scholarship
Navy Pier...
partnership.
With the recent restoration
of diplomatic relations
between the United
States and Cuba, Latino
Art Beat is reaching
out to the youth of both
countries in the interests of
mutual understanding, art
exchanges and friendship.
Accordingly, this year
Latino Art Beat is offering
as its alternate competition
theme:
“Friendship:
Between the Youth of the
United States and Cuba,”
whereby students may draw
or paint their interpretation
of this exciting competition
theme. Winning artwork
will be displayed at various
venues on a national basis
and ideally might also
be displayed in Cuba.
The Illinois competition
deadline date is May 27,
2016. Local deadlines may
vary in participating cities.
For more information about
this year’s competition
please visit the Latino
Art Beat website, www.
latinoartbeat.com.
Continued from page 5
de la ampliación de
vestíbulos. El lugar,
flexible durante todo el
año, puede configurarse
en una variedad de formas
y tamaños, con capacidad
de audiencia de 150 a 850
personas, definiendo la
relación audiencia-artista
que mejor se adapte a
cada producción. La
Celebración Centenal de
Navy Pier empezará con
la apertura del nuevo Ferris
Wheel, el 27 de mayo,
seguido por la develación
de la Fuente y Plaza Polk
Bros, la Serie Mundial
de la Copa Louis Vuitton
del 10 al 12 de junio, la
celebración del 4 de julio,
los Buques de Altura del 27
al 31 de julio y la apertura
de The Yard en Chicago
Shakespeare el Otoño del
2017.
LAWNDALE Bilingual News -Thursday, March 10, 2016-Page 7
One Book, One Chicago Continues Series
Spring is in the air as
Chicago Public Library
continues its One Book,
One Chicago programs
with an assortment of
interesting and noteworthy
events that touch on such
topics as public skate
parks, social change and
gender identity as part
of its monthly Authors
@ the Library series.
In addition, a group of
Chicago’s
bestselling
authors will offer readings
and discussions about
their work. As always,
this free monthly series
is presented on behalf
of the Library’s ongoing
commitment to Strengthen
Communities, Support
Economic Advancement
and Nurture Learning. All
of the author events take
place in the Cindy Pritzker
Auditorium, lower level,
at the Harold Washington
Library Center, 400 S.
State St.
CHICAGO NOIR
Tuesday, March 15 at 6
p.m.
Join us for an evening of
readings from Chicago
Noir, accompanied by
live music. Featuring
Stuart Dybek, Sara
Paretsky, Randy Albers,
Joe Meno, and Booklist
Editor Donna Seaman.
Hosted by Chicago
Tribune columnist/WGN
Radio Host Rick Kogan.
The event is presented
as part of the 2015-2016
One Book, One Chicago
program.
For a complete list of
programs or for more
information, please call
(312) 747-4050 or visit
chipublib.org.
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Festivales de Camiones de Comida de Chicago
Por segundo año
consecutivo,
Small
Business Center (SBC)
de Chicago, en el
Departamento de Asuntos
Comerciales y Protección al
Consumidor (BACP), está
ofreciendo “Festivales de
Camiones de Comida” de
marzo a octubre en la Plaza
Daley, 50 W. Washington
St. y Willis Tower, 233 S.
Wacker Drive, de 11 a.m. a
3 p.m. Este año, operadores
móviles de boutique serán
invitados a unirse a los
camiones de comida en la
Plaza Daley. Los eventos
incluirán una línea rotatoria
de camiones ofreciendo
diferentes opciones de
comida en cada lugar.
Las fechas del festival
aparecen a continuación y
Fechas en Willis Towers:
los camiones participantes
serán anunciados en los
medios sociales SBC de
la Ciudad utilizando el
hashtag #Chifoodtruckfest.
SBC está en Twister en @
ChiSmallBiz. En Facebook
en /ChiSmallBiz, Pinterest
en
ChicagoBACP
y en Instagram en
ChicagoBACP.
Fechas en Daley Plaza
- Marzo 31
- Abril 29
- Mayo 20
- Junio 30 - Marzo 11, 18, 25
- Abril 8, 15, 21
- Mayo 6, 11, 27
- Junio 3, 10, 17, 21
- Julio 22
- Agosto 31
- Septiembre 23
- Octubre 21
- Julio 1, 6, 15, 29
- Agosto 5, 12, 19, 22
- Septiembre 2, 9, 16, 21, 30
- Octubre 7, 14, 26
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through October at Daley
Plaza, 50 W. Washington
St. and Willis Tower, 233
South Wacker Drive from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This
year, mobile boutique
operators will be invited
to join the food trucks at
Daley Plaza. The events
will include a rotating
line-up of trucks offering
different food options at
each location. Food Truck
Fest dates are listed below
and participating trucks
will be announced on the
City’s SBC social media
sites and using the hashtag
#Chifoodtruckfest. The
SBC is on Twitter at @
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at /ChiSmallBiz, Pinterest
at
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and
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- March 31 - March 11, 18, 25 - April 29 - April 8, 15, 21 - May 20 - May 6, 11, 27 - June 30 - June 3, 10, 17, 21 - July 22 - July 1, 6, 15, 29 - August 31 - August 5, 12, 19, 22
- September 23 - September 2, 9, 16, 21, 30
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El Valor es una
organización comunitaria,
no lucrativa, fundada en
1973, que lucha por una
comunidad en la que
todos los miembros,
incluyendo las personas
con necesidades especiales,
puedan vivir, aprender y
trabajar. El Valor significa
“valentía”, de sus raíces
en la comunidad hispana
ha crecido en una
organización multicultural
y con propósitos múltiples,
que alcanza a miles de
familias en el área de
Chicago.
NUESTRA MISION
La misión de El Valor
es apoyar y desafiar a
familias urbanas a que
logren la excelencia y
participen de lleno en la
vida comunitaria. Nuestros
programas existen para
El Valor
enriquecer y fortalecer a la
gente con discapacidades, a
los marginados y a los más
necesitados.
NUESTRA VISION
El Valor busca lo mejor
en la nación, en la
educación temprana y en
el enriquecimiento juvenil,
ser la organización premier
desarrollando el liderazgo
hispano y un modelo
internacional de inclusión
de personas discapacitadas.
NUESTRA HISTORIA
El Valor fue fundado
en 1973 por la fallecida
Guadalupe Reyes, líder
visionaria y madre que
soñaba una comunidad en
la que todos los miembros,
incluyendo su hijo con
necesidades especiales,
pudieran vivir, aprender y
trabajar. De sus raíces en la
comunidad hispana, El Valor
ha crecido hasta convertirse
en una organización
multicultural, de propósitos
múltiples y nacionalmente
reconocida, con la misión
de llegar a millones a
través de su Campaña
Pública de Concientización
Internacional.
Con los brazos abiertos
queremos
darle
la
bienvenida a cualquiera
de nuestros locales, para
que atestigüe la atmósfera
amorosa de nuestros centros.
El bienestar y la seguridad
de nuestros niños, familias
y clientes son nuestra
prioridad y queremos
invitarlo a ser parte de
la familia de El Valor.
¡Esperamos conocerle!
CLYDE PARK DISTRICT
LEGAL NOTICE/PUBLIC NOTICE
Public notice is hereby given that the proposed Combined Annual
Budget and Appropriation Ordinance of the Clyde Park District, State
of Illinois, County of Cook, for the Fiscal year Beginning January 1,
2016 and ending December 31, 2016, is available for inspection at
the Cicero Stadium, 1909 S. Laramie Avenue, Cicero, Illinois.
Notice is further given that a Public Hearing on the Adoption of said
proposed Combined Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance
will be held at the Cicero Stadium, 1909 S. Laramie Avenue, Cicero,
Illinois on March 21, 2016 at 4:30 p.m.
Dated this 10th Day of March, 2016.
LEGAL NOTICE/ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Copies of the Town of Cicero’s proposed Annual Appropriation Ordinance
for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2016 (or a formally prepared
appropriation document upon which the 2016 annual appropriation ordinance will be based) is available for public inspection and accessible
for examination at the Office of the Town Clerk, which is located at 4949
West Cermak Road, Cicero, Illinois.
In addition, a public hearing concerning the adoption of the 2016 Appropriation Ordinance shall take place on the 22nd day of March, 2016
at 10:00 a.m. in the courtroom located at Cicero Town Hall, 4949 West
Cermak, Cicero, Illinois. All persons who are interested are invited to
attend the public hearing to listen and be heard.
Maria Punzo-Arias
Town Clerk
El Valor is a nonprofit community-based
organization
founded
in 1973 that strives for
a community in which
all members, including
individuals with special
needs, can live, learn
and work. El Valor,
meaning “courage”, from
its roots in the Hispanic
community, has grown
into a multicultural,
multipurpose organization
that reaches thousands of
families throughout the
Chicago land area.
OUR MISSION
El Valor’s mission is to
support and challenge
urban families to achieve
excellence and participate
fully in community life.
Our programs exist to
enrich and empower
people with disabilities,
the disenfranchised and
the underserved.
El Valor
OUR VISION El Valor seeks to be
the best in the nation
in early childhood and
youth enrichment, to be
the premier organization
developing
Hispanic
leadership, and to be an
international model for
inclusion of people with
disabilities.
OUR HISTORY
El Valor was founded in
1973 by the late Guadalupe
Reyes, a visionary leader
and mother who dreamed
of a community in which all
members, including her son
with special needs, could
live, learn and work. From
its roots in the Hispanic
community, El Valor has
grown into a nationally
recognized multicultural,
multipurpose organization
with a mission that
reaches millions through
its International Public
Awareness Campaign.
With open arms we would
like to welcome you to
any one of our locations
to experience firsthand
the warmth and loving
atmosphere of our centers.
The well-being and safety
of our children, families
and clients are our top
priority and we would like
to invite you to become part
of the El Valor family. We
look forward to meeting
you!
LAWNDALE Bilingual News -Thursday, March 10, 2016-Page 11
Herbalife Victims Participate in Symposium
More than $3.5 million
has been lost by the 207
victims of Herbalife,
Inc., who have filed
complaints with the Illinois
Attorney General’s office.
The Illinois Herbalife
Campaign shared those
sobering
stats
with
federal regulators and
law enforcement officials
who gathered for a
symposium on combating
pyramid schemes in
Latino and immigrant
communities organized
by the US Securities
Exchange Commission
(SEC). To further raise
awareness of predatory
business practices in our
communities, the Illinois
Herbalife Campaign’s
Faces of Fraud exhibit was
invited to the symposium
to share the stories of how
hardworking members of
the community were drawn
by Herbalife’s pyramid
schemes. According to
representatives from the
SEC, speaking with actual
victims at the event will
help develop initiatives
to alert consumers of
pyramid schemes that
target various ethnic and
religious communities.
Hosted by the University
of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
the symposium held two
panels that featured federal
agencies like the SEC,
FTC, FBI, and the Illinois
Attorney General’s Office.
The federal agencies
came together to discuss
and exchange tactics in
detecting and combating
pyramid schemes that target
immigrant communities.
For more information on
the Faces of Fraud exhibit
or upcoming events, please
email us at [email protected]
gmail.com.
Víctimas de Herbalife Participan en un Simposio
Más de $3.5 millones
han perdido 207 víctimas
de Herbalife, Inc., quienes
registraron quejas en la
oficina de la Procuradora
General de Illinois. La
Campaña Herbalife de
Illinois compartió estas
alarmantes estadísticas
con reguladores federales
y funcionarios de la ley,
quienes se reunieron en
un simposio para combatir
los timos de pirámides en
comunidades latinas y de
inmigrantes organizadas
por US Securities Exchange
Commission (SEC). Para
concientizar más sobre
prácticas
comerciales
engañosas en nuestras
comunidades, la exhibición
Los Rostros del Fraude
de la Campaña Herbalife
de Illinois fue invitada al
simposio para compartir
las historias de cómo
personas trabajadoras de la
comunidad fueron víctimas
del fraude de la pirámide
de Herbalife. De acuerdo
a representantes de SEC,
el hablar con las víctimas
ayudará a desarrollar
iniciativas para alertar a
los consumidores de los
fraudes de pirámides que
hacen blanco en diferentes
comunidades
étnicas
y religiosas. Ofrecido
por la Universidad de
Illinois en Chicago (UIC)
el simposio tuvo dos
paneles que presentaron
agencias federales como
SEC, FTC, FBI y la
Oficina de la Procuradora
General de Illinois. Las
agencias federales se
reunieron para discutir e
intercambiar tácticas para
detectar y combatir el
fraude pirámide que hace
blanco en las comunidades
inmigrantes. Para más
información sobre la
exhibición Los Rostros
del Fraude o próximos
eventos, comuníquese a
[email protected]
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El Hospital St. Anthony Publica Evaluación de Necesidades de Salud
El martes, 10
de marzo, de 11 a.m. a
2 p.m., el Hospital St.
Anthony presentará su
Comité de Mejoras de
Salud Comunitario, abierto
al público en el Instituto
Arturo Velázquez, 2800
S. Western Ave. Este foro
dará a las organizaciones
comunitarias, líderes y
residentes, un panorama
de la Evaluación de
Necesidades de Salud
Comunitaria y ayudará
al comité a establecer
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quienes el hospital sirve.
Los diversos barrios del
Hospital St. Anthony
incluyen North Lawndale,
Little Village, Pilsen,
Brighton Park, McKinley
Park, Back of the Yards
y Archer Heights, así
como los suburbios de
Austin y Cicero. Con
la implementación del
Acta Affordable Care, el
gobierno federal exige
a hospitales como el St.
Anthony que completen una
Evaluación de Necesidades
de Salud Comunitaria.
Para comprometer a las
comunidades a quienes
servimos y obtener las
opiniones necesarias para
esta valiosa evaluación,
el Programa de Bienestar
Comunitario
decidió
formar
un
Comité
de Mejoras de Salud
Comunitario. Para ver la
evaluación del Hospital
St. Anthony, visitar www.
saintanthonyhospital.org.
Saint Anthony Hospital Releases Health Needs Assessment
On Thursday, March 10
from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Saint
Anthony Hospital will host
its Community Health
Improvement Committee,
open to the public, at
the Arturo Velazquez
Institute, 2800 South
Western Avenue. This
forum will give community
organizations, leaders and
residents an overview of
the Community Health
Needs Assessment that
was completed and assist
the committee in setting
top health priorities to
address disparities within
the communities the
hospital serves. Saint
Anthony
Hospital’s
diverse neighborhoods
include North Lawndale,
Little Village, Pilsen,
Brighton Park, McKinley
Park, Back of the Yards
and Archer Heights, as
well as suburban Austin
and Cicero. With the
implementation of the
Affordable Care Act,
hospitals like Saint
Anthony Hospital are
mandated by the federal
government to complete a
Community Health Needs
Assessment. To engage the
communities we serve and
gain the input needed for
this invaluable assessment,
the Community Wellness
Program decided to form
a Community Health
Improvement Committee.
To view Saint Anthony
Hospital’s assessment, visit
www.saintanthonyhospital.
org.
LAWNDALE Bilingual News -Thursday, March 10, 2016-Page 13
Worried About Diabetes? Try Adding Barley to Your Diet
Foods with a low GI curb
appetite and lower overall
blood sugar spikes when
compared with other
carbohydrate-containing
foods. Scientists suggested
people eat breads made
Barley, a versatile
high-fiber cereal grain
with a distinct nutlike
flavor and chewy, pastalike consistency, may
help reduce the risk of
diabetes and lower blood
sugar levels, suggest
new findings published
in the British Journal of
Nutrition, Medical News
Today reports. For the
study, researchers at the
Food for Health Science
Center at Lund University
in Sweden carried out a
study with 20 healthy,
middle-aged
patients.
One group ate barley
kernel bread at breakfast,
lunch and dinner for three
days, while the other
participants ate white bread
at meals as a control for
the duration of the study.
After patients ate dinner
each day, researchers
assessed participants for
various risk indicators of
diabetes and heart disease.
Results showed that the
participants who ate the
barley kernel bread at meals
experienced lower blood
sugar and insulin levels, as
well as improved appetite
control and increased
insulin sensitivity up to
14 hours after consuming
it. “We saw an increase
in gut hormones that
regulate metabolism and
appetite and an increase
in a hormone that helps
reduce chronic low-grade
inflammation
among
the participants,” said
Anne Nilsson, associate
professor
at
Lund
University and one of the
study’s lead researchers.
“In time, this could help
prevent the occurrence of
both cardiovascular disease
and diabetes.” Barley is
also high in protein and
B vitamins and has a
much lower glycemic
index than white flour.
Glycemic index, a.k.a.
GI, is a measurement of
the effect foods containing
carbohydrates
have
on blood sugar levels.
La cebada, versátil
cereal alto en fibra, con
sabor parecido a la nuez y
masticable, puede ayudar
a reducir el riesgo de la
diabetes y bajar los niveles
de azúcar en la sangre,
sugieren nuevos hallazgos
publicados en el Diario
Británico de Nutrición,
reporta Medical News
Today. Para el estudio, los
investigadores de Food for
Health Science Center y
Lund University en Suiza,
llevaron a cabo un estudio
con 20 pacientes saludables
de edad media. Un grupo
comió pan de grano de
cebada en el desayuno,
almuerzo y comida por
tres días, mientras los otros
participantes comían pan
blanco en las comidas
como control de la duración
del estudio. Después que
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with as much whole
grain as possible, and to
avoid white flour. They
also suggested adding
barley grains into soups
and stews, and to replace
cooked rice with barley.
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aiming for his fourth year
of perfect attendance
while maintaining a 3.5
GPA. Gerardo is a 12year member of the Little
Village Boys & Girls Club,
where he loves athletics
and helping younger
members. As captain of
Curie’s wrestling team,
Gerardo possesses a
weightlifter’s strength (he
placed first in the regional
competition this year), and
a businessman’s ambition
(he’s president of Curie’s
Business Professionals of
America chapter). His love
of sport and business was
nurtured at the Club, where
Gerardo received the
support and inspiration to
do his best, while the Club
also offered him a safe and
productive environment
away from the street. Marcos Matias, 16, has
been a member of the
Logan Square Boys &
Girls Club for so long,
he can hardly remember
his first visit. Marcos,
reserved by nature, likes
to help people, so he began
volunteering to assist the
director with various tasks.
As he grew older, he took
on more responsibility
at the Club, which he
credits for making him
more outgoing, honing
his leadership skills,
and building lasting
relationships with staff
and other Club members.
He says the Club not only
improves the lives of its
members, but has made
the entire neighborhood
stronger and safer. A
resident of Portage Park
and a sophomore at Rauner
College Prep with a GPA
over 3.5, Marcos is an avid
reader, plays trumpet in the
band, participates in track
and field and baseball,
writes poetry, and enjoys
photography.
Christian
Ortega,
17, has grown up in
Chicago’s Little Village
neighborhood, where he
says the True Value Boys
& Girls Club has had a
powerful impact on many
lives - including his. A
very sociable young man,
Christian says he was
“hooked instantly” the
first time he stepped into
the Club four years ago.
Even though he knew
only one Club member,
he saw that everyone was
“naturally friendly” and
that Club staff “genuinely
care” about the members. He dove into various
programs and moved into
a leadership role, helping
to plan events, trips and
dances. Christian says the
skills he has learned at the
Club are readily applied to
everyday life, motivating
him to be more involved
at John Spry Community
School, where he is a
senior, and helping his
mother around the house.
He was a member of the
business club at Spry and
now participates in the
movie club, a natural tiein to his goal of becoming
an actor. To learn more,
visit www.BGCC.org.
LAWNDALE Bilingual News -Thursday, March 10, 2016-Page 15
CTU President Addresses
Parent Mentor Convention
By: Ashmar Mandou
A pool of influential
leaders, including State
Representative Elizabeth
Hernandez and State
Representative William
Davis participated in the
annual Statewide Parent
Mentor Convention at
Banquet Hall Apostolic
Church Monday morning
where they met with over
700 Parent Mentors, who
work over 14,000 students
across Illinois. It was a
celebration for parents
whose diligent work has
not gone unnoticed by a
slew of elected officials and
Keynote Speaker Chicago
Teachers Union President
Karen Lewis who said,
“parent mentors your daily
work in the classrooms is
very valuable,” in front a
fervent crowd.
The Parent Mentor
Program was developed
by the Logan Square
Neighborhood Association
(LSNA) in 1995 aimed to
increase parent engagement
in classroom settings.
Initially, the program
grew from one school
to 70 schools working
with 16 community
based
organizations,
including Brighton Park
Neighborhood Council,
Enlace Chicago, Family
Focus Aurora, Logan
Square Neighborhood
Association,
The
Resurrection Project, and
Southwest Organizing
Project to mention a few.
As a nationally recognized
program, parents are
recruited and trained to
Although state funding
is nonexistent for the
program, parent mentors
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reiterated their stern
commitment to sustain
and expand the program,
‘no matter what.’ During
the convention, parents,
community leaders, and
school staff recognized
the achievements of the
parent mentors, shared
stories of personal and
school transformation, and
participated in workshops,
including racial equity
in education, college
readiness, social media,
and community mental
health.
“Without the
parents in the classroom
assisting the teachers like
us and the students, I don’t
think that my scores would
have been off the charts
as they were,” said First
Grade Teacher Ms. Tayler
at Hughes Elementary in
Chicago.
Marcos Matías, de 16
años, ha sido miembro
del Club Boys & Girls de
Logan Square por tanto
tiempo que apenas puede
recordar su primera visita.
A Marcos, reservado por
naturaleza, le gusta ayudar
a la gente, por lo que
empezó ofreciéndose como
voluntario para ayudar
al director con tareas
varias. Al crecer tomó
más responsabilidades en
el Club, a quien acredita
el ser más extrovertido,
fomentando
sus
destrezas de liderazgo y
estableciendo relaciones
duraderas con el personal
y otros miembros del
Club. Dice que el Club no
solo mejora la vida de sus
miembros, sino que a todo
el vecindario lo ha hecho
más fuerte y seguro.
Residente de Portage Park
y estudiante de segundo
año en Rauner College
Prep, con un GPA de más
de 3.5, Marcos es ávido
lector, toca la trompeta en
la banda, participa en pista
y campo y juega béisbol,
escribe poesía y disfruta
la fotografía.
Christian Ortega, de
17 años, creció en el
barrio de La Villita en
Chicago, donde dice que
el verdadero valor del Club
Boys & Girls es que tiene
un poderoso impacto en
muchas vidas – incluyendo
la suya. Un joven muy
sociable, Christian dice
que quedó “enganchado
inmediatamente”
la
primera vez que entró
al Club, hace cuatro
años. Aún cuando solo
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club, vio que todos eran
“naturalmente amigables”
y que el personal del
Club “verdaderamente
se interesaba” en ellos.
Entró a varios programas
y pasó a un papel de
liderazgo, ayudando a
planear eventos, viajes
y bailes. Christian dice
que las destrezas que
ha aprendido en el Club
se pueden aplicar a la
vida diaria, motivándolo
a participar más en la
Escuela Comunitaria John
Spry, donde es estudiante
de último año y ayuda
a su madre en la casa.
Fue miembro del club
comercial en Spry y ahora
participa en el club de cine,
vínculo natural a su meta
de ser actor.
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Aviso legal / Aviso Público
Aviso de Hallazgo sin Impacto Significativo
Y notificación de intención de solicitud de liberación de fondos
Fecha de Publicación: March 10, el año 2016
Ciudad de Berwyn - 6700 W 26th Street, Berwyn IL 60402 - 708 / 788-2660
Estos avisos deberán cumplir dos requisitos de procedimiento diferentes, pero relacionados
para las actividades a desarrollar por la Ciudad de Berwyn.
SOLICITUD DE LIBERACIÓN DE FONDOS
En o alrededor del 28 de marzo de, 2016, la Ciudad de Berwyn presentará una solicitud al
Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano (HUD) para la liberación de los fondos bajo
el Título 1 de la Ley de Vivienda y Desarrollo Comunitario de 1974, modificado para llevar a
cabo ciertos proyectos y mejoras para el propósito de las enmiendas al bloque 2015 Programa
de Desarrollo de la Comunidad, incluyendo: alcantarillado, alumbrado, calle, las principales
mejoras de agua y bordillos y rampas ADA. Estos proyectos se llevarán a cabo dentro de la
Ciudad de Berwyn, Illinois, a un costo total de aproximadamente $ 1,1 millon.
HALLAZGO DE IMPACTO NO SIGNIFICATIVO
La Ciudad de Berwyn ha determinado que los proyectos no tendrán un impacto significativo
sobre el medio ambiente humano. Por lo tanto, no se requiere una Declaración de Impacto
Ambiental bajo la Ley Nacional de Política Ambiental (NEPA) de 1969. información adicional
del proyecto está contenida en el Registro de Revisión Ambiental (ERR) en los archivos de
6420 West 16th Street, Berwyn, IL 60402 y puede ser examinado o copiado lunes a viernes
de 9 a 17:00 A.M.
COMENTARIOS DEL PÚBLICO
Cualquier individuo, grupo o agencia en desacuerdo con esta determinación o que deseen
hacer comentarios sobre los proyectos pueden presentar comentarios por escrito al Departamento de Desarrollo de la Comunidad. Todos los comentarios recibidos hasta el 25 de marzo,
2016 serán considerados por la Ciudad de Berwyn antes de la presentación de una solicitud
de liberación de fondos. Los comentarios deben especificar a qué cuenta se refieren.
LIBERACIÓN DE FONDOS
La Ciudad de Berwyn certifica a HUD que Robert J. Lovero en su calidad de Alcalde da consentimiento para aceptar la jurisdicción de los tribunales federales si se interponen en hacer
cumplir las responsabilidades en relación con el proceso de revisión ambiental y que estas
responsabilidades hayan sido satisfechas. La aceptación de la certificación de HUD satisface
sus responsabilidades bajo NEPA y permite que la Ciudad de Berwyn pueda utilizar fondos
del programa.
OBJECIONES A LIBERACION DE FONDOS
HUD aceptará objeciones a la liberación de los fondos y la Certificación de la Ciudad de Berwyn por un período de quince (15) días siguientes a la fecha de presentación anticipada o su
recepción efectiva de la solicitud (la que sea más tarde) sólo en una de las siguientes bases:
(a) la certificación no fue ejecutada por el Ministro de Fe de la Ciudad de Berwyn; (B) la entidad responsable ha omitido un paso o dejado de tomar una decisión o fallo requerido por las
regulaciones de HUD de 24 CFR Parte 58; (C) el beneficiario de la subvención tiene costos
incurridos no autorizados por el 24 CFR Parte 58 antes de la aprobación de la liberación de
los fondos por HUD; o (d) otra agencia federal actuando conforme a 40 CFR Parte 1504 ha
presentado un escrito al constatar que el proyecto no es satisfactorio desde el punto de vista
de la calidad ambiental. Las objeciones deben ser preparadas y presentadas de acuerdo con
los procedimientos requeridos (24 CFR Parte 58) y deberán dirigirse a HUD al 77 W Jackson
Blvd, Room 2401, Chicago, Illinois 60604. objetores potenciales deben comunicarse con HUD
para verificar el último día de el período de objeción.
Robert J. Lovero, Alcalde
Ciudad de Berwyn
6700 W 26th Street
Berwyn, Illinois 60402
Apple Watch Marks
Domino’s Newest Way to Order
Domino’s now has
yet another way for
customers to place their
Easy Order: via Apple
Watch. “Ordering via
Apple Watch is the latest
addition to a growing
list of technology that
customers can use to
place and track their
Easy Order from
anywhere, at any time,
using any device they
want,” said Dennis
Maloney, Domino’s vice
president –chief digital
officer. “Apple Watch
marks Domino’s ninth
platform in the suite of
Any Ware technology.”
To experience Domino’s
on Apple Watch, simply
download Domino’s
ordering app for iOS
from the App Store and
turn on “Show App on
Apple Watch’ in your
watch’s app settings.
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los pacientes tomaban
la comida cada día, los
investigadores evaluaban
a los participantes en
varios factores de riesgo
indicadores de diabetes o
enfermedades cardíacas.
Los resultados
mostraron
que
los
participantes que comieron
el pan de grano de cebada
experimentaron azúcar
más baja en la sangre y
los niveles de insulina,
así como una mejora en
el control del apetito y
aumento a la sensibilidad
de la insulina hasta 14
horas después de haberlo
consumido. “Vimos un
aumento en las hormonas
intestinales que regulan
el metabolismo y el
apetito y un aumento en
una hormona que ayuda
a reducir la inflamación
crónica de bajo grado
entre los participantes”,
dijo Anne
Nilsson,
profesora asociada en
Lund University y una
de los investigadores
líder del estudio. “Con el
tiempo, esto podría ayudar
a evitar las enfermedades
cardiovasculares y la
diabetes. La cebada es
también alta en proteína
y vitaminas B y tiene un
índice de glucosa mucho
más bajo que la harina
blanca. El índice de
glucosa, a.k.a. GI es una
prueba del efecto que los
alimentos que contienen
carbohidratos tienen en
los niveles de azúcar en la
sangre. Los alimentos con
bajo GI frenan el apetito y
bajan los niveles de azúcar
en la sangre, comparados
con otros alimentos que
contienen carbohidratos.
Los científicos sugieren
que la gente coma pan
hecho con granos enteros
lo más que puedan y eviten
el azúcar blanca. Sugieren
también agregar granos
de cebada a las sopas y
guisados y reemplazar el
arroz cocinado con cebada.

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